Issue Details: First known date: 2006 2006
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The author explores 'possibilities of positive and benign influence whereby British literature has stimulated post-colonial literatures to independence: to adapt and transform influence', seeing it as 'an ongoing and unpredictable process shaped by changing historical circumstances.' In relation to Marcus Clarke, A. D. Hope and Christopher Koch, the author suggests 'continuities and changes' and a diversity that 'resists generalisation, except of a facile kind.'

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  • Includes reference to the influence of London on Australian writers.

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  • Appears in:
    y London Was Full of Rooms Tully Barnett (editor), Rick Hosking (editor), S. C. Harrex (editor), Nena Bierbaum (editor), Graham Tulloch (editor), Adelaide : Lythrum Press , 2006 Z1276646 2006 anthology poetry essay criticism autobiography A collection of essays and poems offering the responses of writers and artists to London in its role as 'imperial centre'. These range from 'colonial' impressions - Henry Lawson, Catherine Helen Spence - to contemporary postcolonial reactions, and from the negative to the bemused to the amused and amusing. The book derives from papers given in connection with Lee Kok Liang's London Does Not Belong to Me and conferences organised by the Centre for New Literatures in English at Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide : Lythrum Press , 2006 pg. 175-182
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  • London,
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    England,
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    United Kingdom (UK),
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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